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Government contractor welcomes fiscal sacrifice

Oct 8, 2012
Virginia is a state both presidential candidates are hoping to win come November. One of the "swingiest" parts of the state is Loudoun County, where a government contractor is ready to put his job on the line to get the nation back on track.
Posted In: entitlements, Virginia, swing state
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Loudoun County resident on the 2012 elections

Sep 25, 2012
President Obama and Mitt Romney will be in New York this morning for speeches at the Clinton Global Initiative. Josh Dinman, meanwhile, will be at work in Loudoun County, trying to figure out which one of them he should vote for.
Posted In: 2012 election, Virginia
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From good job to newly homeless

Sep 19, 2012
A woman living in Loudon County, Va., rides an economic roller coaster.
Posted In: Loudon County, Virginia
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In one Virginia county, two very different tales

Sep 11, 2012
Once reliably Republican, Loudoun County, Va., is a now a toss-up with a changing population.
Posted In: Virginia
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GOP nonprofits press attack

Aug 23, 2012
Conservative political nonprofit continue to blanket airwaves with attack ads in Senate races.
Posted In: 2012 election, Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, Senate, Wisconsin, New Mexico, Florida, Virginia, Nevada, Koch
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New voters swinging Virginia from red to blue

Feb 29, 2012
When Barack Obama won Virginia in 2008, it was the first time a Democrat carried the traditionally GOP state in a presidential election since 1964. Thanks to an influx of new hip, young voters, the president could win Virginia again.
Posted In: 2012 election, Virginia, Barack Obama
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Fairfax, Va.: Land of corporate headquarters and 4.6 percent unemployment

Nov 28, 2011
One country in Virginia is managing to survive and prosper even as the country at large has ongoing financial problems.
Posted In: Washington D.C., unemployment, Virginia
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MID-DAY UPDATE: New unemployment claims rise to half a million...

Aug 19, 2010
... some of that is returning troops from Iraq Intel is buying McAfee! Oil discovered off coast of Mozambique -- a mixed blessing? First ever se...
Posted In: Chesapeake Bay, commercial fishing, Intel, Iraq, Maryland, McAfee, mid-day update, Mozambique, new jersey, Oil, oyster farming, Sears, securities fraud, Unemployment, Virginia

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